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I guess nearly everybody who watches the movie today does so because the (at least in Germany) famous punk-rock band Die Ärzte played the main characters, at a time when they weren't popular yet. Anyway, the movie is very funny to watch. It's a pretty low budget production, and it's not really "great", but it's interesting to see what it was like in the early 80's in Germany. Die Ärzte don't act to bad, although it is a bit funny that Farin plays the main characters, as in the later years Bela would turn out to be the better actor. I guess he was to strange for the producer... It's as I said, if you are a fan of Die Ärzte you should definately watch the movie, if you are not, or are not even from Germany, you might not find it too interesting unless you are in teenage dramas that are realistic (which means they are NOT like American Pie or something like that).
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